Great company to work at. Promote and encourage self growth
Mental Health Worker (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – July 14, 2017
Great company to work at. Promote and encourage self growth. During my 6 years of working for this company, I learned a great deal of stuff from dealing with mental health issues to finding effective treatment plans.
Small detoxification with high turnover of clients
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 27, 2017
High client turnover was manageable.Clients were very cooperative and seemed happy with the care and treatment they received. Most, if not all went on to further treatment. Management was disconnected from Nursing. I did not feel as if I was part of a team.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – June 22, 2017
I know what is expected of me and I have the tools and training required. My manager is understanding and always has my back. I enjoy going into my office daily because i know my manager ultimately wants me to succeed.
Mental Health Counselor Intern (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 3, 2017
I had an amazing time working here with such a great staff. Each day was like working with a group of friends that trusted each other. Each staff member was very knowledgable and willing to go over and beyond.
Housing Clinician (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – May 25, 2017
Acted as an advocate for each housing program with issues and/or concerns. Acted as a liaison with obtaining needed resources for each housing program and gave professional insight to issues and problems.
Mental Health Worker (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 20, 2017
I love this company, the staff members are very passionate about the services we provide. This company prides itself on keeping our clients safe! Great benefits and great opportunities to move up the career chain.
Residential Counselor I (Current Employee) – Chelsea, MA – May 3, 2017
Working at baycove human services is a job you have to get used to . because sometimes its stressfull sometimes its not, sometimes its the worst job in the world because of how hard it is to cope with people.
Day Habilitation Service Manager (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – March 4, 2017
Highly unstructured, little to no training offered, yet there is an expectation of perfect. I would not work for this company again. Salary is also not great considering most employees live in the city. I lived somewhere for free and could barely afford it at the time.
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 15, 2016
The agency has a large client base, requires the ability to be flexible and multitask. Mission oriented programs but pay is not that good and must use your own resources such as car for entry level positions.
Productive and enjoyable place to work even though the population served was a tough one and brave at the same time.
Women's Program Substance Abuse Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chelsea, MA – December 2, 2016
I used to start my day reading the serenity prayer which relaxes and balance me out through the day. I saw mostly the women population that needed to work more on having a recovery foundation. Most of my participants had a trauma back ground as well as mental health diagnosis. The management worked with me and we had good communication. My co-workers worked as a team with me and we had fun celebrating different occasions at work. The hardest part of the job was that because I used to work as a consultant I had to go to work at times even when I was not feeling good. The most enjoyable part of my work was when participants dropped by to check in with me and told me they are still sober and attending meetings.
Continium Ed. tuition, time flexibility, team work...